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BI audit and performance install (HTML output)

We have 9.2 and we want to add th BI audit and performance install. The first step is to specify some login parameter values. My question is about the HTML output:

sasHTTPDocsPath -local_http_server_path/ebiapm92

sasHTTPServerPath

We have JBOSS. in JBOSS where would be the standard directory to put html output?

Thanks for any help provided.

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Re: BI audit and performance install (HTML output)

An easy way would be to install an Apache or IIS Webserver. Then you take the root htdocs folder of the webserver like I did in my configuration below.

::

:: Define the HTTP/HTML Locations to display the batch created html reports.                                                

::

:: Physical directory to copy the html report output for viewing via HTTP server.

:: These files are propagated with the runDataArchive script.

set sasHTTPDocsPath=C:\inetpub\wwwroot\ebiapm

:: A URL to view the reports such as http://www.domain.com/ebiapm92/bienv.html

:: will be reflected with the following two variables, AND, it should match

:: the setting for sasHTTPDocsPath.

::

:: HTTP Server Address used to view the HTML files

set sasHTTPServerAddress=http://win2008

:: Directory that is appended to sasHTTPServerPath and matches sasHTTPDocsPath

set sasHTTPServerPath=ebiapm

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BI audit and performance install (HTML output)

Hi,

Being a JBOSS novice I spent a long time puzzling over this too, to the point where I resorted to IIS and got it to work.  However, I then got to page 28 in the Windows installation guide for the package http://support.sas.com/rnd/emi/EbiApm92/sas92.ebiapm.win.pdf which gives an example of using JBOSS as the web browser and gives you the paths.

The physical path you are looking for is buried in the JBOSS directories.  On my machine it is:

C:\jboss-4.2.0.GA\server\SASServer1\deploy\jboss-web.deployer\ROOT.war

You should be able to find similar on your machine where JBOSS is installed.

Create a directory in there called ebiapm92 (or whatever you want it to be) and then copy the HTML and JS files into there.

Assuming your JBOSS web server is running on port 8080 then the URL will be http://machinename :8080/ebiapm92/bienv.html

So the settings I needed in the setEnvLogs.cfg.bat were:

::
:: Define the HTTP/HTML Locations to display the batch created html reports.                                                
::
:: Physical directory to copy the html report output for viewing via HTTP server.
:: These files are propagated with the runDataArchive script.

set sasHTTPDocsPath=C:\jboss-4.2.0.GA\server\SASServer1\deploy\jboss-web.deployer\ROOT.war\ebiapm92

:: A URL to view the reports such as http://www.domain.com/ebiapm92/bienv.html
:: will be reflected with the following two variables, AND, it should match
:: the setting for sasHTTPDocsPath.
::
:: HTTP Server Address used to view the HTML files

set sasHTTPServerAddress=http://machinename:8080

:: Directory that is appended to sasHTTPServerPath and matches sasHTTPDocsPath

set sasHTTPServerPath=ebiapm92


Hope this helps.

Cheers,

Mark

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